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It may not have been the most successful movie franchise of all time but it was certainly the most prolific with a staggering 31 productions between 1958 and 1992. Featuring titles such as Carry On Camping, Carry On Screaming and the geographically specific Carry On Up The Khyber, the much loved genre depended heavily on a […]

Pell’s fate still awaits

By ALLISON HORE On 11 March 2020, the High Court of Australia moved to reserve its decision on Cardinal George Pell’s final appeal of his conviction for historic sexual offenses. The appeal, which was lodged in September last year, is the Cardinal’s last option to challenge the ruling against him after a lower court rejected […]

2019: oh what a lovely/horrible year

2019 year in review by ALEC SMART January City Hub begins the year reporting on the proposed demolition and replacement of the Sydney Football Stadium, known commercially as the Allianz Stadium, at Moore Park. Ironically, in the last week of 2019, City Hub is again reporting on it following the announcement the NSW Govt will […]

REVIEW: The Prince – Faith, Abuse and George Pell

David Marr’s third update of his 2013 The Prince: Faith, Abuse and George Pell leaves no room for doubt on Pell’s guilt. The book now opens with the disgraced cardinal being sent down to Melbourne’s city prison, leaving behind him a litany of lives wrecked by his own hands, those of his colleagues and by […]